Sheldon Police Chief Talks Back To School Safety
Date posted - August 14, 2012
The new school year is upon us, and it’s time to remind drivers and students alike about being safe as the school bells begin ringing for the year. Sheldon Police Chief Lyle Bolkema urges parents to sit their kids down and have a talk before they head out the door for the new school year:
In addition, the Chief says that drivers need to be extra careful these days, as well.
Classes in Sheldon begin Wednesday, August 15th, with other area schools cranking up for the year within the next week or so, and if everyone cooperates and looks out for one another, Bolkema believes we can have a safe and happy back to school season.
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